On the 14th of May, Popular Resistance showed up outside the home of
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai in opposition to reopening the net neutrality
issue. This was thought to be settled law, but Trump and Pai want to
reopen the danger of paid prioritization and throttling or outright
blocking of websites that cannot pay for premium "fast lanes.
Protests at homes are known for getting results, and a previous round
of masssive public pressure and literally millions of public comments
in the previous net neutrality rulemaking reversed what had been former
FCC chair Wheeler's anti net neutrality position into a final ruling in
favor of net neutrality. Now that hard-won victory has to be re-fought,
again with Verizon, Comcast et all seeking absolute control over the
Internet as delivered "last mile" through their ologopoly services.